Dr. Cara Manning’s research group at the University of Connecticut Department of Marine Sciences (established January 2022) develops and applies mobile and laboratory-based methods to measure gases in the environment (including greenhouse gases, noble gases, oxygen, and nitrogen), as well as other biogeochemical tracers.
We research topics ranging from marine productivity and carbon cycling, to Arctic climate change, to the environmental impacts of nutrient pollution and oil and gas development.
We are recruiting new researchers! Join us!
Photo credits: The photo at Mecham River near Resolute with the helicopter was taken by Dick Morissette (Canadian Coast Guard). The photo with the miniRUEDI field-deployable mass spectrometer near Hudson’s Hope, BC was taken by Tom Bohlke (UBC).